Special ASCDI podcast focuses on data destruction trends for IT stakeholders and suppliers
Posted in Events
March 9, 2021
ASCDI (Association of Service, Communications, Data and ITAD Providers) recently interviewed Glenn Laga, Guardian Data Destruction President and Founder, to tease out trends in the post-COVID IT device marketplace. As a non-competitive subcontractor with 23 locations in the US, Guardian works with VARS, ITADs, resellers and brokers to complement their core services while ensuring that all end-of-life data and security projects are in compliance. Guardian specializes in all aspects of onsite data destruction, with extendable services including packing, shipping, logistics and enterprise options such as data center decommissioning and lift and shift.
Whether it’s customer concerns about data security or how move sensitive devices from A to B, Guardian responds with a service-oriented, single-source solution. “Our focus is on developing and maintaining long and successful relationships with our channel partners by consistently providing the best in onsite data destruction services,” summarized Glenn, “We’re thrilled to be working with the ASCDI members and offering them additional services to keep their clients in compliance and coming back.”
Listen to the ASCDI “Data Destruction is the service everyone in the IT world should be thinking about” podcast here.
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